Tag: Austen

Behn’s Badass Bibliotheque: His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik Q&A


Welcome to our first Behn’s Badass Bibliotheque summer book group post! Alaina Pincus, general editor of ABO Public, and Shea Stuart, 18th Century and Pop Culture section editor, discuss His Majesty’s Dragon by Naomi Novik, which is the first book in her Temeraire series. The novel is a fantasy set during the Napoleonic Wars in which…

Gossip & Garrulity, Privacy & Privation: Review of Sense & Sensibility, Directed by Eric Tucker


Location: Bedlam/The Gym at Judson, New York, NY Event Date: January 17-April 17, 2016 (extended again from June 17-Oct 2) Review Date: March 6, 2016 In the Bedlam production of Sense & Sensibility, everything is constantly in motion—actors, set pieces, and props—with bodies, tables and chairs, windowed trellises, and even the costumes themselves on occasion…

Austen, Monstrosity, and Femininity in the Regency Period


As I watched the recently released trailer for the upcoming film, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, I couldn’t help but think that it was time for me to read Seth Grahame-Smith’s parody source-text. It’s exactly what one would expect the blending of zombies and Jane Austen to be: completely absurd and yet, somehow and undeniably…